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Linden Gaydosh - The Canadian Farm Beast

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Bet his ass is 'fresh as a summers day',...

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Combine Results:

40-Yard Dash: 5.221s

Bench Press: 36 reps (2nd best)

Broad Jump: 8'7.00"

Vertical Jump: 33.50"

3-Cone: 7.444s

Put this in another thread already but oh well.

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hmmmm.........

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"Linden hungry. Linden want wingy."

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He definitely has an uphill battle to make the final roster, but I really like what the Panthers are doing. We finally have some solid depth at the defensive tackle position (Star Lotulelei, Dwan Edwards, Kawann Short, Colin Cole, Frank Kearse, Sione Fua, Nate Chandler, Casey Walker, and Linden Gaydosh).

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"Linden hungry. Linden want wingy."

 

 

"Wait....this isn't the Game of Thrones Audition?"

 

 

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Here's his highlight video (or whatever you want to call it), pretty solid player.

 

 

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He sounds like another Nick Hayden

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He sounds like another Nick Hayden

 

If that's the case, he'll make the team, be here for what feels like 10 years (even though he sucks) because apparently he is banging the coaches daughter (according to Panther fans).

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